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    JULY 12, 2019, KEIZERTIMES, PAGE A9
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MONDAY, JULY 1
TUESDAY, JULY 2
• 3 a.m. - Theft on 1900 block
Modoc Drive NE.
• 2:40 p.m. - Hit-and-run and fail
to perform duties of driver when
property is damaged on 600 block
Honeysuckle Street N.
• 4:45 p.m. - Physical harassment
on 5300 block River Road N.
• 7:41 p.m. - Criminal trespass on
700 block Plymouth Drive NE.
• 11:10 p.m.- Theft of bicycle on
5000 block Allendale Way NE.
• 11:11 p.m. - Arrest for DUII
and fail to perform duties of driv-
er when property is damaged on
3700 block Cherry Ave. NE.
• 6:57 a.m. - Arrest for stolen ve-
hicle, criminal mischief and crime
damage on 700 block Menlo
Drive N.
• 10:44 a.m. - Arrest for unlawful
possession methamphetamine and
manufactured hydrocodone on
5300 block River Road N.
• 11:30 a.m. - Arrest for restrain-
ing order violation on 700 block
Plymouth Drive NE.
• 12:48 p.m. - Arrest for unlawful
use/carry of weapon, disorder-
ly conduct and menacing use/
carry of weapons on 6700 block
Wheatland Road N.
• 1:36 p.m. - Traffi c accident
Lockhaven Drive NE and Mc-
Leod Lane NE.
• 10:30 p.m. - Telephone harass-
ment on 700 block Weeks Drive
NE.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 3
• 1:30 p.m. - Arrest for warrant on
3300 block River Road N.
• 7:06 p.m. - Criminal trespass on
6400 block Tepper Park Way NE.
• 9:51 p.m. - Arrest for warrant on
5200 block Chehalis Drive N.
THURSDAY, JULY 4
• 8:23 a.m. - Shoplifting on 4900
block River Road N.
• 7:21p.m. - Criminal trespass on
3600 block River Road N.
• 7:59 p.m. - Arrest for warrant on
3800 block River Road N.
• 8:23 p.m. - Criminal mischief
and vandalism on 1300 block
Shady Lane NE.
• 10 p.m. - Telephone harassment
on 600 block Dixon Street NE.
• 10:30 p.m. - Shoplifting on
3500 block River Road N.
FRIDAY, JULY 5
• 3 p.m. - Scam by internet/tele-
phone on 500 block Evans Ave.
N.
• 4 p.m. - Criminal trespass on
600 block Dietz Ave. NE.
• 7:25 p.m. - Arrest for warrant on
5500 block River Road N.
• 8:40 p.m. - Arrest for driving
while suspended on 700 block
Lockhaven Drive NE.
SATURDAY, JULY 6
• 5:35 a.m. - Arrest for warrant,
interfere with making a police
report, coercion, strangulation,
physical harassment, criminal
mischief and crime damage on
4300 block Shoreline Drive N.
• 6 a.m. - Traffi c accident on 1900
block Chemawa Road N.
SUNDAY, JULY 7
• 1:25 a.m. - Arrest for warrant on
3800 block River Road N.
• 4:04 a.m. - Arrest for restrain-
ing order violation on 1100 block
Clearview Ave. NE.
• 6 a.m. -Criminal trespass on
5100 block River Road N.
• 10:38 p.m. - Arrest for warrant
on 2600 block Jorie Lane NE.
MONDAY, JULY 8
• 3:08 a.m. - Arrest for warrant on
3800 block River Road N.
Scoot Salem brings two-wheeled fun
On June 22, motor
scooter/mini bike enthusi-
asts came from as far away
as Spokane to take part in
the 3rd Annual Scoot Sa-
lem event.
Three years ago, Scoot
Salem held it fi rst event
and had about 20 partici-
pants from around the Sa-
lem-Keizer area.
This time, Scoot Salem
had more than 80 people
in attendance from all over
the Willamette Valley and
beyond. Scoot Salem is
sponsored by and makes
destinations of local busi-
nesses. This year’s event
was sponsored by Cycle
Country, Stereo King, Cy-
cle Gear, Vagabond Brew-
ing, Bills Motor Cycle
Plus, Bine Brewing, Scoot-
er Swap Shop and RZr
Proz.
Scoot Salem began its
route this year at Cycle
Country, traveled through
Keizer and past Volca-
noes Stadium, then back
through the center of
Keizer before stopping for
a meal at Vagabond Brew-
ing. The lunch stop host-
ed a slowest competition,
in which riders see who
can go 50 yards the slowest
with out putting their feet
down. There were also
prizes for best bike and
furthest traveled.
After those events,
the group made a stop at
Oregon’s iconic Capitol
building for a photo op,
and then split into several
different groups for tours
throughout Salem and
Keizer area with visits to
local businesses.
This year, the event
ended at Stereo King and
Cycle Gear for a raffl e and
awards presentation. More
than $2,000 in raffl e prizes
were given out thanks to
our generous sponsors.
Submitted by Tammy
Walker of Scoot Salem
public notices
TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE
S&S 19-124793
TRUSTEE’S NOTICE
OF SALE
A default has occurred
under the terms of a trust
deed made by Norman
Williams, an unmarried man,
whose address is 1073 46th
Place SE, Salem, OR 97317
as grantor to AmeriTitle, as
Trustee, in favor of Mortgage
Electronic
Registration
Systems, Inc. (“MERS”),
solely as nominee for FPF
Wholesale, a division of
Stearns Lending, Inc., its
successors and assigns, as
named Benefi ciary, dated
October 26, 2009, recorded
November 3, 2009, in the
mortgage records of Marion
County, Oregon, in Book
3119, at Page 161, Nationstar
Mortgage LLC d/b/a Mr.
Cooper is the present
Benefi ciary as defi ned by
ORS 86.705(2), as covering
the following described real
property: as covering the
following
described
real
property:
LOT 1, BLOCK
1,
AILANTHUS
ACRES,
COUNTY
OF
MARION
AND STATE OF OREGON.
COMMONLY
KNOWN
AS: 1073 46th Place SE,
Salem, OR 97317. Both the
benefi ciary and the trustee
have elected to sell the said
real property to satisfy the
obligations secured by said
trust deed and a notice of
default has been recorded
pursuant to Oregon Revised
Statutes 86.735(3); the default
for which the foreclosure is
made is grantor’s failure to
pay when due the following
sums: Monthly payments
in the sum of $1,018.95,
from November 1, 2018
and monthly payments in
the sum of $1,164.96, from
February 1, 2019, plus
prior accrued late charges
in the amount of $122.28,
plus the sum of $115.00 for
advances, together with all
costs, disbursements, and/
or fees incurred or paid by the
benefi ciary and/or trustee,
their employees, agents or
assigns. By reason of said
default the benefi ciary has
declared all sums owing on
the obligation that the trust
deed secures immediately
due and payable, said sum
being the following, to-wit:
$153,073.25, together with
accrued interest in the sum
of $3,699.28 through May
23, 2019, together with
interest thereon at the rate
of 3.625% per annum from
May 24, 2019, plus prior
accrued late charges in the
amount of $122.28, plus
the sum of $2,560.46 for
advances, together with all
costs, disbursements, and/
or fees incurred or paid by the
benefi ciary and/or trustee,
their
employees,
agents
or assigns. WHEREFORE,
notice hereby is given that the
undersigned trustee will on
October 9, 2019, at the hour
of 9:00 AM PT, in accord with
the standard time established
by ORS 187.110, at the main
entrance of the Marion County
Courthouse, located at 100
High Street, N.E., in the City of
Salem, OR, County of Marion,
State of Oregon, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder
for cash the interest in the
said described real property
which the grantor has or
had power to convey at the
time of the execution of said
trust deed, together with any
interest which the grantor
or his successors in interest
acquired after the execution
of said trust deed, to satisfy
the foregoing obligations
thereby secured and the
costs and expenses of sale,
including a reasonable charge
by the trustee. Notice is
further given to any person
named in ORS 86.778 that
the right exists, at any time
that is not later than fi ve days
before the date last set for the
sale, to have this foreclosure
proceeding dismissed and
the trust deed reinstated by
paying to the benefi ciary of
the entire amount due (other
than such portion of the
principal as would not then be
due had no default occurred)
and by curing any other
default complained of herein
that is capable of being cured
by tendering the performance
required under the obligations
or trust deed, and in addition
to paying said sums or
tendering the performance
necessary to cure the default,
by paying all costs and
expenses actually incurred
in enforcing the obligation
and trust deed, together with
trustee’s fees and attorney’s
fees not exceeding the
amounts provided by said
ORS 86.778. Notice is further
given that reinstatement or
payoff quotes requested
pursuant to ORS 86.786 and
ORS 86.789 must be timely
communicated in a written
request that complies with
that statute, addressed to the
trustee’s
“Reinstatements/
Payoffs – ORS 86.786” either
by personal delivery or by
fi rst class, certifi ed mail,
return receipt requested, to
the trustee’s address shown
below.
Due to potential
confl icts with federal law,
persons having no record
legal or equitable interest
in the subject property will
only
receive
information
concerning
the
lender’s
estimated or actual bid.
Lender
bid
information
is also available at the
trustee’s
website,
www.
shapiroattorneys.com/wa.
In construing this notice, the
masculine gender includes
the feminine and the neuter,
the singular includes the
plural, the word “grantor”
includes any successor in
interest to the grantor as well
as any other person owing an
obligation, the performance
of which is secured by said
trust deed, and the words
“trustee” and “benefi ciary”
include
their
respective
successors in interest, if
any. Also, please be advised
that pursuant to the terms
stated on the Deed of Trust
and Note, the benefi ciary is
allowed to conduct property
inspections while property is
in default. This shall serve
as notice that the benefi ciary
shall
be
conducting
property inspections on the
said referenced property.
Without limiting the trustee’s
disclaimer of representations
or warranties, Oregon law
requires the trustee to state
in this notice that some
residential property sold at
a trustee’s sale may have
been used in manufacturing
methamphetamines,
the
chemical components of
which are known to be toxic.
Prospective purchasers of
residential property should
be aware of this potential
danger before deciding to
place a bid for this property
at the trustee’s sale. The Fair
Debt Collection Practice Act
requires that we state the
following: This is an attempt
to collect a debt, and any
information obtained will be
used for that purpose. If a
discharge has been obtained
by
any
party
through
bankruptcy
proceedings:
This shall not be construed to
be an attempt to collect the
outstanding indebtedness or
hold you personally liable for
the debt. Dated: 6-5-2019
SHAPIRO & SUTHERLAND,
LLC, Successor Trustee 1499
SE Tech Center Place, Suite
255, Vancouver, WA 98683
www.shapiroattorneys.com/
wa, Telephone: (360)260-
2253, Toll-free: 1-800-970-
5647, S&S 19-124793
6/28, 7/5, 7/12, 7/19
NOTICE OF INTENT
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ENFORCE CONTRACTUAL
REQUIREMENT
FOR
DELIVERY OF DEED OF
CONVEYANCE (ORS 93.285)
1. Name of Sellers: John L.
Sanford, Duane E. Sanford,
and Janet O. Sanford. 2.
Instrument Creating Original
Contract of Sale: Contract
of Sale between John L.
Sanford, Duane E. Sanford,
and Janet O. Sanford, as
Sellers, and Henry L. Tarter
and Sandra E. Tarter, as
Buyers, with respect to real
property located at 5390 River
Rd. N. Keizer, OR 97303. A
Memorandum of Contract
of Sale was recorded at
Reel 722, Page 307, Marion
County, on October 10,
1989. 3. Description of the
Property: The real property
located at 5390 River Rd. N.
Keizer, OR 97303 and legally
described as: Beginning at
the Southwest corner of Lot
Six (6), of Claggett Fruit and
Garden Tract in Township
6 South, Range 3 West of
the Willamette Meridian,
Marion County, Oregon and
running thence North along
the center of a County Road
and the West line of Lot 6, a
distance of 90.0 feet; thence
East and parallel to the South
line of Lot 6, a distance of
484.00 feet to an iron rod;
thence South and parallel
with the West line of Lot 6,
a distance of 90.0 feet to an
iron rod on the South line of
Lot 6, thence West along the
South line of Lot 6, a distance
of 484.00 feet to the point
of the beginning. 4. Name
and Address of Individual
Giving Notice: Paul C. Britton,
Heltzel Williams PC, 117
Commercial St. NE, Fourth
Floor, PO Box 1048, Salem,
OR 97308-1048. 5. Date of
First Publication of Notice:
June 28, 2019. 6. DEADLINE
FOR OBJECTIONS: Sellers
or Sellers’ successors in
interest or assignees must
submit an objection within
60 days after the fi nal date
of publication of this notice
or within 120 days after the
date of recording of the notice
required by ORS 93.285(3)(a),
whichever is later. 7. SUBMIT
OBJECTIONS TO: Henry L.
Tarter and Sandra E. Tarter,
3855 Rivercrest Drive N.,
Keizer, OR 97303.
6/28, 7/5, 7/12
STOR AGE AUCTION
Self-Storage Public Sale
Turner Road Storage
4555 Turner Rd SE
Salem, Oregon 97317
Saturday 07-20-2019
@ 9:30 AM
I35
D42
D73
RV030
Iris L Guijon
Suzen Hoffert
Sammy Aggro
Lawrence Bry
Sale Subject To Cancellation.
Turner Road Storage
reserves the Right to refuse
any and all bids
7/5, 7/12
NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY
OF MARION
Probate Department
Case No: 19PB03612
NOTICE TO
INTERESTED PERSONS
In the Matter of the Estate of
MARGARETE M. LENGYEL,
Deceased.
NOTICE
IS
HEREBY
GIVEN that Adam Lengyel
has been appointed personal
representative. All persons
having claims against the
estate are required to present
them, with vouchers attached,
to the Decedent’s Personal
Representative’s
attorney,
Jarrod F. Howard, Howard
Law Group, LLC, at 1114 12th
Street SE, Salem, OR 97302,
within four months after the
date of fi rst publication of this
notice, or the claims may be
barred.
All persons whose rights
may be affected by the
proceedings may obtain
additional information from
the records of the court, the
personal representative, or
the lawyer for the personal
representative,
Jarrod
F.
Howard, 1114 12th Street SE,
Salem, Oregon 97302.
Dated and fi rst published
on July 5, 2019.
/s/___________________
Jarrod F. Howard,
OSB No. 093888
Attorney for Personal
Representative
7/5, 7/12, 7/19
NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY
OF MARION
Probate Department
Case No: 19PB03790
NOTICE TO
INTERESTED PERSONS
In the Matter of the Estate of
LAVELLA R. WATERS,
Deceased.
NOTICE
IS
HEREBY
GIVEN that Marla R. Foster
has been appointed Personal
Representative. All persons
having claims against the
Estate are required to present
them, with vouchers attached,
to the attorney for the
Personal Representative at
Stephen E. Montgomery, LLC
dba Willamette Valley Law
Group, 494 State Street, Suite
270, Salem, Oregon 97301,
within four months after the
date of fi rst publication of this
Notice, or the claims may be
barred.
All persons whose rights
may be affected by the
proceedings may obtain
additional information from
the records of the Court, the
Personal Representative, or
the attorney for the Personal
Representative,
Stephen
E. Montgomery, LLC dba
Willamette Valley Law Group,
494 State Street, Suite 270,
Salem, Oregon 97301.
DATED
AND
FIRST
PUBLISHED: July 5, 2019.
Stephen E. Montgomery,
OSB No. 153941
Attorney for Personal
Representative
7/5, 7/12, 7/19
NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS
NOTICE TO
INTERESTED PERSONS
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon
for the County of Marion
Case No. 19PB04715
In the Matter of the Estate
of Gilbert Jones, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given
that Gilbert Jones died
May 21, 2019, and that by
order of the above entitled
Court, the undersigned has
been appointed Personal
Representative.
All persons having claims
against
the
Estate
are
required to present them to
the Personal Representative
at 693 Chemeketa Street NE,
Post Offi ce Box 2247, Salem,
Oregon 97308-2247, within
four months after the date of
fi rst publication of this notice
or said claims may be barred.
All persons whose rights
may be affected by this
proceeding
are
advised
that additional information
may be obtained from the
records of the Court, the
Personal Representative, or
the attorneys for the Personal
Representative.
Eugene Jones
Personal Representative
Sherman, Sherman,
Johnnie & Hoyt, LLP
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
693 Chemeketa Street
Post Offi ce Box 2247
Salem, Oregon
97308-
2247
Date of fi rst publication:
June 28, 2019
Second
and
third
publication: July 5, 2019, July
12, 2019
6/28, 7/5, 7/12
NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY
OF MARION
Probate Department
Case No. 19PB04250
NOTICE TO
INTERESTED PERSONS
In the Matter of the Estate of
JOSHUA V. SOL,
Decedent.
Notice is hereby given
that Elizabeth Savery has
been appointed personal
representative. All persons
having claims against the
estate are required to present
them, with proper vouchers
attached, to the personal
representative or her attorney,
DONALD M. KELLEY, at law
offi ces of KELLEY-KELLEY,
110 North Second Street,
Silverton, OR 97381, within
four months after the date of
fi rst publication of this notice,
or the claims may be barred.
All persons whose rights
may be affected by the
proceedings
may
obtain
additional information from
the records of the comt, the
personal representative or
the attorney for the personal
representative.
Dated and fi rst published
on June 28, 2019.
Elizabeth Savery
Personal Representative
6/28, 7/5, 7/12